Filly designer Emily Christensen recently returned from Eco Fashion Week in Vancouver B.C. Whipping up 15 looks in just two weeks is no easy feat, but Christensen undoubtedly delivered.
“Citing 1960's modernist architecture as her inspiration, Christensen used silk gauze, raw silk tussah, and bamboo twill in a sultry palette of tans, purples, rust, and gray to express the refined and moody modernism of mid-century design. The result was soft, rounded shapes juxtaposed against sleek contrasting pieces.”
As promised here are some looks straight from the runway.
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